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Multideck 80-V2

Features and Applications

Multideck 80-V2
Multideck 80-V2 is designed to incorporate all the advantages
of the Multideck 60-V2 but in a deeper profile to provide longer
spans up to 5.4m unpropped.

Concrete Volume Savings
Due to its unique profile Multideck 80-V2 requires less
concrete than other decks to achieve any given slab
thickness.

Quicker Installation
The Multideck range has a wider standard cover width
requiring fewer panels and sidelaps. No temporary
supports required under most conditions. A wide range of
accessories allows for easy installation of ceilings and
services.

Value for Money
Bulk steel buying by Kingspan ensures a quality product
at the right price.

Technical Support
The Multideck technical department provides a
comprehensive design and advisory service to specifiers
and end users. Further details are also available on the
Kingspan Toolkit Software.

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405 2.810 Lightweight Concrete Dry 1.496 1.10 mm 45. Fabric reinforcement – BS 4483: 1998.764 1.220 2.00 1560.Concrete volumes do not take into account deflection. having a design strength of 30N/mm2. (Nominal slab depth) Account should be taken of deck and supporting structure deflections. Steel reinforcement for anti-crack or fire engineering purposes in accordance with British Standards: Hot rolled bars – BS 4449: 1997.290 2.577 1. Raised diagonal embossments in opposite directions on each face of the webs of the decking provide the mechanical connection between the steel and the hardened concrete.950 2.5 66˚ 22 51 102 50 198 Gauge = 1.64 13.455 2.113 0.202 Normal weight Concrete Wet 1.00 1705.557 4. Reinforcement of the slab to prevent cracking at all intermediate supports is required in BS 5950: Part 4 1994.94 11.20 Self Weight (kg/m2) 11.350N/mm2 Steel Reinforcement Steel strip for Multideck 80-V2 complies with BS EN 10143 and BS EN 10147 with a guaranteed minimum yield strength of 350N/mm2 and a minimum total coating mass (including both sides) of 275g/m2.00 1.112 0. References All concrete used with Multideck in the construction of composite slabs should comply with the recommendations in BS 8110: 1997.33 Sagging 12.2mm Maximum length: 12 metres Section Properties per Metre Width Normal Thickness (mm) 1.633 4.102 0.691 3. Volume & Weight of Composite Slabs Weight (kN/m2) Slab Depth (mm) 130 140 150 160 175 200 250 Concrete Volume (m3/m2) 0.814 Dry 1.83 (kN/m2) 0.50 mm 43.3 190.Multideck 80-V2 Specification and Design Multideck 80-V2 Profile and Dimensions (mm) 900 Cover Width 131 300 53 Nominal 9 Gauge 26 80.124 0.33 12.39 16.174 2.6 Ultimate Moment Capacity (kNm/m) Steel Area (mm2/m) 1413.710 Wet 1.1 & 1.49 12.10 1. 2 Excludes weight of steel decking and relates only to weight of concrete.6 208. 25 .672 1.882 3. 3 Density of lightweight concrete: 1900kg/m3 at wet stage.092 0.984 2.0.136 2.615 Notes: 1 Important .152 0.026 2.944 2.00 mm Second Moment of Area (cm4/m) 171. Engineers are advised to consult SCI/MCRMA Technical Paper 13 ‘Composite Slabs and Beams using Steel Decking: Best Practice for Design and Construction’.62 14. 1.082 0.044 3. 3 Concrete volumes are based upon a calculated minimum value.42 Hogging 9. Concrete Volumes & Specification Embossments Load/span tables are based on Grade 30 concrete. Density of normal weight concrete: 2400kg/m at wet stage.981 3.635 2.127 0.849 2.416 2.732 3.73 Material Specification .136 Height to Neutral Axis Sagging 42.

Multideck was used in the construction of Omagh College. Co. Tyrone. 26 . Photo Courtesy of Composite Design Ireland Ltd.

60 (excluding slab self weight). 7 Temporary supports should remain in place until the concrete has achieved its 75% of its 28 day cube strength often available after 7 days.1% of the gross cross-sectional area of the concrete at the support. 4.5kN/m2 and for spans less than 3m construction allowance is 4. For confirmation of maximum unpropped spans see page 65.0kN/m2 load column = 4810mm. the Kingspan Toolkit CD  Tip: Use with Word output to save time 8 Where ★ appears the addition of props gives no further benefit in these cases. Example Support widths 140mm and 200mm. ceilings. Deflection under construction loading (wet concrete etc.100 = 70mm. 2 All tabulated figures include a construction allowance of 1. Point only contact will affect design loading. 4 Minimum reinforcement mesh sizes provide 0. 27 . 6 Total applied load referred to in the load tables is a working load based on factored combinations of live loads. 150mm thick slab.0 kN/m2 loads and shaded.2mm double span deck (no props). with support widths of 140 and 200 the increased span capacity is 4810 + 70 = 4880mm. 100mm Minimum 100mm Minimum Support widths greater than 100mm? The span capacities shown on the following pages can be increased by the difference between the actual support widths and 100mm.Multideck 80-V2 Load Tables (Notes) Multideck 80-V2 When using load tables for Multideck 80-V2 please take into consideration the following notes: 1 All tabulated figures include the self weight of the slab. services and partitions. Span values can be increased by (140 + 200)/2 . 5 The composite slabs should meet the requirements of BS 5950: Part 4 1994 with regard to their composite behaviour under normal imposed loads.) has been limited to that stipulated in BS 5950: Part 4 1994.normal weight concrete.5/span. Definition of Span (Construction Stage) When Using Kingspan Load Tables 11 Where figures in red appear this shows the maximum permissible spans in situations where there is one stud per trough. 3 The suggested maximum ratios of slab span to slab depth are 30 for LWC and 35 for NWC to control deflections. MD80-V2 1. Span 12 Span values are based on 100mm minimum support widths. Construction stage span from page 29. divided by a load factor of 1. on your structural calculations. finishes. 10 Deck must lie flat on all support beams. 13 Construction stage spans are generally noted under the 4. 9 Propped loads assume props are equally spaced.

19 ★ 4.31 4.66 4.68 5.0 10. Figures in red are maximum permissible spans in situations where there is one stud per trough.40 3.21 3.69 4. services and partitions.78 4.87 4.350N/mm2) Span (m) (see diagram page 27) Gauge = 1.99 3.42 3.52 4.93 3.41 4.08 5.32 3.49 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.75 175 A142 3.0 12.42 3.16 3.49 3.0 14.16 3.45 3.84 4.76 3.31 4.98 3.350N/mm2) Span (m) (see diagram page 27) Gauge = 1.0 10.41 3.56 4.42 5.03 3.0 Span Type (Support Condition) Slab Depth (mm) Min Mesh Size 4.Multideck 80-V2 Normal Weight Concrete Load Tables Unpropped .72 3.16 4.26 160 A142 4.76 A252 3.32 3.90 3.45 3.40 3.53 4.89 3.51 3.92 3.45 3.21 3.41 3.16 3. Permanent Support 28 Temporary Support .65 2.75 3. divided by a load factor of 1.0 12.98 5.65 3.0 ★ 4.60 (excluding slab self weight).0 6.26 4.0 130 140 A142 A142 4.72 4.76 3.77 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.28 3.93 3.91 4.26 4.99 3.84 160 A142 3.15 3.24 130 140 A142 A142 150 A142 160 A142 175 A142 200 A193 250 A252 200 A193 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 250 A252 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Notes: Total applied load referred to in the above table is a working load based on factored combinations of live loads.84 3.16 3.40 3.75 2.51 3.0 14.70 5.51 ★ 3.22 4.45 3.24 3.0 Span Type (Support Condition) Slab Depth (mm) Min Mesh Size Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS 4.06 3.70 3.39 4. ceilings.06 3.84 3.16 5.98 3.76 2.24 ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.82 3.0 3.86 3.75 2.Load/Span Table (Steel .24 5.21 4.36 5.81 6.75 3.02 3.28 3.24 3.40 Propped .49 3. finishes.75 3.0 8.25 4.58 3.93 150 A142 3.02 4.45 3.15 175 A142 200 250 Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS 8.76 3.45 3.39 150 A142 4.66 3.84 3.92 4.40 3.13 4.91 3.90 4.15 3.87 5.0 6.99 3.70 3.91 3.65 3.75 3.29 4.65 5.02 4.65 200 250 A193 A252 3.48 3.48 3.99 A193 3.76 3.73 5.65 3.99 3.83 ★ ★ ★ 4.08 3.40 4.86 3.70 3.70 3.16 3.58 3.16 130 140 A142 A142 4.15 3.65 3.Load/Span Table (Steel .16 2.40 2.75 3.33 4.

Figures in red are maximum permissible spans in situations where there is one stud per trough.66 ★ ★ 4.58 6.24 3.77 3.96 3. finishes.62 3.74 3.71 3.50 200 A193 4.74 3.53 3.95 4.42 4.87 3.47 3.09 4.31 4.61 3.22 4.53 3.24 4.0 8.64 4.25 4.33 6.03 3.25 4.30 3.82 200 250 A193 A252 3.27 3.99 3.51 5.13 ★ ★ 4.45 4.0 10.20 3.58 3.26 4.14 3.85 3.68 4.42 3.25 5.36 3.67 4.84 3.14 3.1mm Gauge = 1.14 ★ 4.31 3.82 3.62 2.08 5.0 14.0 6.0 6.63 3.82 3.66 3.90 A142 3.37 2.08 4.01 4.47 4.53 4.25 4.11 3.68 4.27 6.0 12.2mm Slab Depth (mm) Min Mesh Size 4.95 4.04 4.25 4.55 4.53 3.96 3.27 3.50 4.44 4.84 4.350N/mm2) Gauge = 1.34 3.20 4.64 3.66 3.58 3.81 A142 4.93 5.88 4.1mm Span Type (Support Condition) Gauge = 1.61 3.79 ★ 3.84 3.82 3.08 3. ceilings.08 3.11 3.55 4.70 3.0 8.54 4.87 3.97 5.54 4.01 4.01 4.68 4.58 3.67 5.02 4.40 3.01 4.68 175 A142 4.75 4.62 3.13 4.09 4.47 5.42 5.98 4.43 3.58 3.89 4.60 5.93 3.0 8.71 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.37 3.93 3.0 14.89 5.66 3.82 3.80 3.01 3.34 3.42 4.43 3.02 3.47 3.43 4.92 3.66 3.0 4.11 A142 3.88 4.35 4.77 4.93 3.0 14.66 3.84 3.37 3.73 4.59 5.84 Propped .53 4.01 4.20 3.06 6. Permanent Support Temporary Support 29 Multideck 80-V2 Span (m) (see diagram page 27) .36 3.90 4.15 4.92 4.74 3.12 4.0 10.74 3.27 2.20 5.0 12.03 3.24 4.70 3.0 10.74 4.93 4.42 3.18 6.85 3.0 6.56 5.0 6.07 5.86 4.27 3.58 3.62 3.30 3.0 12.83 3.58 3.93 3.84 5.58 3.96 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.50 4.58 3.36 ★ 4.21 4.01 4.15 4.02 4.66 3.59 4.85 3.57 ★ 4.51 130 140 A142 A142 150 A142 160 A142 175 A142 200 A193 250 A252 200 A193 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 250 A252 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Notes: Total applied load referred to in the above table is a working load based on factored combinations of live loads.82 3.81 160 3.84 Total Applied Load (kN/m ) SLS Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS 2 2.93 3.40 3.93 4.80 3.21 3.04 3.63 3.42 4.06 4.25 5.78 6. services and partitions.02 3.84 3.70 3.59 3.31 3.37 3.03 3.71 3.42 5.0 10.31 4.57 5.02 4.75 4.Multideck 80-V2 Normal Weight Concrete Load Tables Unpropped .60 5.59 6.24 250 A252 3.27 3.24 5.07 5.0 ★ 4.76 4.66 4.62 3.95 4.70 4.55 4.00 ★ 4.04 3.38 5.0 4.42 3.350N/mm2) Span (m) (see diagram page 27) Span Type (Support Condition) Slab Depth (mm) Min Mesh Size Gauge = 1.27 3.75 5.0 14.Load/Span Table (Steel .22 4.06 4.11 3.92 3.29 5.Load/Span Table (Steel .24 3.11 150 3.47 3.24 3.63 3.21 3.37 3.08 5.83 3.01 5.25 4.62 4.02 160 A142 3.99 3.93 3.90 150 3.2mm Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS 4.95 3.40 4.55 4.74 3.67 ★ 4.93 175 A142 3.95 4.53 3.83 3.59 3.63 3.0 12.47 3.50 4.50 3.37 130 140 A142 A142 4.41 4.0 130 140 A142 A142 4.54 4.85 3.85 3.95 4.60 (excluding slab self weight).86 4.90 4.68 4.93 3.0 8.83 4.90 5. divided by a load factor of 1.

Permanent Support 30 Temporary Support .48 3.49 3.70 3.85 200 LWC 250 LWC A193 A252 3.28 3.75 2.76 3.70 Propped .13 4.32 3.48 4.21 3.92 4.55 3.84 4.42 3.70 3.28 200 LWC A193 4.77 130 LWC 140 LWC 150 LWC 160 LWC A142 A142 A142 A142 4.19 4.84 3.55 3.85 3.91 3.06 250 LWC A252 3.89 175 LWC A142 5.0 12.25 200 LWC A193 250 LWC A252 5.69 3.41 4.15 4.38 3.65 4.98 3.06 4.40 3.32 3.0 130 LWC 140 LWC A142 A142 4.69 3.0 6.0 Span Type (Support Condition) Slab Depth (mm) Min Mesh Size 4.85 3.72 3.85 3.50 4.00 6.0 Span Type (Support Condition) Slab Depth (mm) Min Mesh Size Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS 4.85 3.28 4.80 4.44 6.96 3.70 2. finishes.66 3.69 3.16 3.0 14.0 14.85 3.47 3.0 10.38 3.50 4.42 3.06 3.70 3.72 4.28 3.48 3.79 3.02 200 LWC A193 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ A252 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 250 LWC Notes: Total applied load referred to in the above table is a working load based on factored combinations of live loads.05 3.91 3.20 150 LWC A142 4.75 2.96 175 LWC A142 3.0 12.40 2.69 3.85 3.98 3.22 6.0 3.88 ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.89 5.50 3.42 ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.33 4.75 4.21 3.21 3.25 3.40 2.06 4.350N/mm2) Span (m) (see diagram page 27) Gauge = 1. ceilings.91 ★ ★ 4. Figures in red are maximum permissible spans in situations where there is one stud per trough.16 3.55 150 LWC A142 4.40 4.06 3.24 4.70 Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS 8.43 5.38 4.75 3.0 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.79 3.49 3.58 5.44 4.44 175 LWC A142 4.57 3.66 4.04 3.70 3.84 4.90 3.69 3.20 4.14 3.27 3.0 10.32 3.60 (excluding slab self weight). services and partitions.0 6. divided by a load factor of 1.67 3.Load/Span Table (Steel .11 4.21 3.06 3.90 4.40 3.40 130 LWC 140 LWC A142 A142 4.66 3.77 160 LWC A142 3.96 3.Load/Span Table (Steel .68 6.06 3.83 3.06 3.69 3.Multideck 80-V2 Lightweight Concrete Load Tables Unpropped .44 4.28 4.91 5.05 4.48 3.50 160 LWC A142 4.48 3.0 8.19 4.06 2.10 4.55 4.96 3.350N/mm2) Span (m) (see diagram page 27) Gauge = 1.

50 4.71 3.96 3.62 3.61 5.03 4.50 3.94 5.28 4.14 3.15 4.58 4.61 ★ ★ ★ 5.08 4.79 3.52 3.67 3.0 4.73 4.52 4.23 5.79 3.50 4.25 4.0 8.11 ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.50 4.49 7.75 3.50 3.39 3.32 3.34 150 LWC A142 3.17 4.49 4.25 3.39 3.50 160 LWC A142 4.96 3.75 3.58 3.43 3.56 4.52 4.79 3.83 200 LWC A193 4.0 130 LWC A142 140 LWC A142 4.92 6.00 175 LWC A142 3.81 4.18 4.28 4.0 6.71 7.32 4.0 6.70 4.62 130 LWC A142 140 LWC A142 4.40 4.76 3.62 2.0 14.87 3.62 3.57 4.95 3.52 2.15 4.87 3.60 (excluding slab self weight).79 3.98 3.20 3.03 4.01 5.43 4.90 4.58 250 LWC A252 3.80 4.82 3.28 4.0 10.17 4.03 200 LWC A193 250 LWC A252 3.15 3.96 3.41 4.Load/Span Table (Steel .0 12.11 5.92 3.58 4.11 3.20 4.39 4.96 3.70 4.87 3.20 4.88 4.0 14.21 3.98 3.58 4.14 5.31 3.12 5.62 3.90 4.30 3.47 3.39 3.03 4.0 12.2mm Min Mesh Size 4.52 3.58 3.64 3.95 3.94 3.88 6.47 3.63 3.78 5.0 10.06 4.00 4.67 3.87 3.32 4.0 10.83 4.86 4.73 5.32 3.02 4.58 3.00 4.2mm Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS 4.Multideck 80-V2 Lightweight Concrete Load Tables Unpropped .73 4.00 4.25 4.28 4. services and partitions.33 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.62 3.94 3.0 8.40 3.31 3.06 4.36 3.53 3.31 200 LWC A193 5. Permanent Support Temporary Support 31 Multideck 80-V2 Span (m) (see diagram page 27) .50 3.87 3.00 6. ceilings.50 3.50 4.32 3.20 4.76 5.30 5.38 4.36 4.25 3.02 4.95 4.20 4.0 8.09 4.56 4.23 200 LWC A193 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 250 LWC A252 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 130 LWC 140 LWC 150 LWC 160 LWC 250 LWC A252 Notes: Total applied load referred to in the above table is a working load based on factored combinations of live loads.62 3.15 4.17 3.94 3.50 3.59 3.31 4.79 3.67 4.04 3.25 4.56 4.30 3.04 3.29 5.88 3.36 3.02 4.77 ★ 4.52 3.0 14. finishes.30 ★ 4.94 3.52 3.75 160 LWC A142 4.0 4.0 12.0 14.15 4.29 3.11 3.68 5.59 3.0 6.40 3. divided by a load factor of 1.06 4.89 3.20 3.77 4.79 3.56 150 LWC A142 3.85 5.87 3.03 3.75 4.95 3.53 3.25 3.94 3.47 3.350N/mm2) Span (m) (see diagram page 27) Span Type (Support Condition) Slab Depth (mm) Min Mesh Size Gauge = 1.77 4.68 6.80 4.58 3.350N/mm2) Gauge = 1.73 3.83 4.40 4.92 3.17 4.76 3.34 4.Load/Span Table (Steel .96 3.37 3.0 12.94 2.82 3.87 3.87 3.32 4.92 4.47 3.1mm Span Type (Support Condition) Slab Depth (mm) Gauge = 1.32 4.25 5.85 3.1mm Gauge = 1.21 3.50 3.19 ★ ★ 4.73 5.06 4.08 4. Figures in red are maximum permissible spans in situations where there is one stud per trough.14 3.56 4.64 3.45 4.90 4.68 3.80 175 LWC A142 4.85 4.23 3.26 4.59 3.24 4.79 3.05 3.60 3.0 8.06 ★ ★ 6.95 4.00 6.95 3.83 4.69 4.01 4.0 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 4.75 4.95 175 LWC A142 5.58 3.57 5.02 3.0 10.65 4.51 ★ A142 A142 A142 A142 4.17 2.17 Total Applied Load (kN/m ) SLS Total Applied Load (kN/m2) SLS 2 Propped .0 6.

4 The fire resistance load tables are for continuous spans only with no propping.16m.2kN/m2 50mm screed finish 0. 8 The tables must be read in conjunction with load/span tables for Multideck 80-V2 to verify the structural integrity of the composite slab.Multideck 80-V2 Fire Performance Fire Performance 1 The fire resistance tables for Multideck 80-V2 following are based upon fire test data from full scale tests performed at the Warrington Fire Research Centre. 11 The * denotes that the mesh provided.8 as permitted in BS 5950: Part 8 for non-permanent imposed loads.8 = 11. 12 For load span conditions beyond the scope of these tables the Kingspan Toolkit Software should be used which includes the Fire Engineering Method as detailed in the SCI Publication 056. Refer to standard load/span tables for minimum mesh requirements. 5 Minimum laps should be 300mm for A142 mesh and 400mm for A193 and A252 mesh. reinforcement having a yield strength of 460N/mm2. For 2 hour fire rating or propped and single span conditions use the Kingspan Toolkit Software or contact Kingspan Technical Services. although satisfying the fire resistance requirement. (This range caters for lap areas. 9 The values in all the tables are relevant to unpropped construction.5 + 7. does not comply with the minimum anti-crack reinforcement requirement of BS 5950: Part 4. For other applications where the imposed loads are almost entirely permanent the total load should be adjusted accordingly before reading from the tables.5/0. 6 The mesh should be placed between 20 & 40mm from the upper surface of the slab. i. The tables are presented in terms of total specified imposed load (non-permanent and permanent).e.5kN/m2 live load 1. 32 . ceilings and services are equivalent to 1.2 + 0. 3 The composite slab is assumed to be continuous over one or more intermediate supports.7kN/m2 in all cases. It is assumed that the permanent imposed loads for partitions. See following pages for Multideck 80-V2 Fire Resistance Tables. finishes.075kN/m2 From table opposite maximum span = 3. The tables are therefore appropriate for office type applications. April 1991.5kn/m2 ceilings and services 1 hour fire rating Multideck 80-V2 profile Total applied load = 1. 2 All stated slab depths comply with the minimum fire insulation criteria of BS 476: Part 20 1987. 10 The tables take into account the reduced partial factor of 0. minimum double span.) 7 The tables are based upon Grade 30 concrete. eg: 150mm normal weight concrete plantroom slab and A142 mesh 7.

42 4.35 4.57 4.23 4.72 4.18 3.98 4.27 4.90 3.79 3.17 4.53 4.44 3.38 4.02 3.50 3.44 4.50 4.85 3.10 3.50 3.62 250 *A142 4.35 175 LWC A252 5.59 3.87 3.20 4.25 4.47 4.38 5.97 3.23 4.84 3.43 160 LWC A193 4.93 3.69 150 LWC A193 4.59 3.81 3.66 3.11 3.79 3.19 4.00 7.90 3.93 3.80 3.54 3.25 3.73 250 LWC A252 5.97 3.54 3.81 3.24 4.42 250 LWC *A193 5.59 5.20 4.07 3.22 4.80 4.27 4.82 3.68 3.50 4.00 6.01 2.77 3.65 4.87 3.21 4.10 3.79 3.69 4.00 3.42 4.26 3.57 5.20 4.28 3.44 3.00 10.60 3.20 4.54 3.00 11.98 3.02 2.38 3.67 4.73 3.21 3.39 3.68 3.57 4.36 3.29 4.80 3.80 4.03 4.31 3.82 4.78 3.78 3.25 4.67 3.60 3.94 3.20 4.51 3.51 3.20 4.25 4.67 3.57 4.00 4.38 3.11 3.32 3.52 3.09 2.95 4.30 3.01 2.87 150 LWC A142 4.57 3.32 5.97 3.16 150 LWC A252 4.72 3.46 3.52 3.10 3.43 5.86 3.65 3.83 4.29 4.00 12.17 3.41 3.47 4.00 6.37 4.32 140 LWC A142 4.31 4.44 3.78 4.74 4.46 3.79 3.85 2.21 3.04 3.24 4.83 3.14 3.74 4.94 3.07 3.16 3.41 4.75 3.97 3.84 4.85 3.75 2.67 4.40 4.60 4.42 3.83 3.47 4.09 4.52 3.45 5.80 4.80 3.00 12.88 4.61 3.86 4.09 3.50 4.07 3.98 5.67 3.19 200 LWC A193 5.54 3.87 2.86 4.76 4.65 3.14 3.89 3.52 4.00 130 LWC A142 3.34 3.81 3.80 160 LWC A252 5.40 3.43 200 *A142 4.28 4.57 4.83 3.41 4.36 3.90 3.38 4.59 3.97 3.00 3.68 4.77 3.74 160 A193 4.27 4.56 3.11 3.18 3.18 175 A252 5.80 4.70 3.45 3.21 4.04 3.71 4.00 140 A142 4.19 4.45 4.74 4.66 3.75 3.47 4.06 175 LWC A193 5.30 4.87 3.07 200 A193 5.59 4.13 4.38 4.06 3.90 3.82 3.30 4.05 3.35 4.52 3.02 4.67 3.01 130 LWC A252 3.39 3.92 3.16 4.00 9.88 2.56 250 A252 5.62 140 LWC A252 4.20 3.66 2.00 7.67 3.77 2.74 3.16 4.09 3.68 2.47 4.40 3.33 4.72 3.98 3.99 4.49 175 LWC *A142 4.94 3.48 3.23 3.28 4.44 4.91 2.32 3.88 4.83 3.92 3.57 4.58 3.26 5.25 3.55 4.74 4.78 4.93 3.32 3.42 4.97 3.40 3.58 4.85 Lightweight Concrete Span (m) Fire rating: 1.79 150 A252 4.44 4.52 3.79 4.63 4.20 4.11 3.21 4.06 4.Multideck 80-V2 Fire Resistance Load Tables Normal Weight Concrete Slab Min Depth Mesh (mm) Size Fire rating: 1.73 3.43 4.86 3.12 3.79 3.02 3.21 4.85 3.50 4.27 4.52 3.54 4.40 3.42 3.23 4.94 4.31 4.17 4.43 4.99 4.11 3.09 2.45 4.50 4.94 3.21 3.0 hour Fire rating: 1.00 10.99 3.96 4.27 3.73 3.09 3.67 3.81 4.00 8.47 4.32 4.95 3.37 3.03 3.57 4.03 3.21 3.17 3.17 4.67 3.70 3.62 3.74 5.65 4.05 33 Multideck 80-V2 Span (m) .26 3.53 3.34 200 A252 5.58 3.72 3.00 12.96 5.81 3.06 3.12 3.67 3.47 4.00 9.65 3.42 4.36 3.17 3.07 3.83 3.23 3.30 3.42 4.89 4.97 2.90 – – – – – – – – – 140 A193 4.21 - - - - - - - - - 3.16 3.37 4.00 7.92 175 A193 4.00 11.04 2.06 3.12 3.44 5.23 4.02 4.08 3.01 160 A142 4.21 4.11 3.21 175 A142 4.39 4.93 3.94 3.19 4.85 3.00 7.99 4.90 3.54 4.92 3.95 3.13 3.29 3.20 4.98 4.00 8.78 4.89 3.69 5.89 4.78 3.29 3.13 3.54 4.81 3.00 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3.42 3.97 160 A252 5.65 3.62 4.12 3.27 3.84 3.14 3.90 3.60 3.15 3.20 4.49 4.56 4.35 4.11 3.83 3.73 3.88 3.65 3.21 3.21 4.54 3.71 4.00 12.54 3.95 3.68 3.68 3.33 5.60 3.59 3.95 3.00 4.96 4.50 3.60 4.43 4.00 6.63 3.21 3.53 4.13 3.37 4.13 3.14 3.64 4.23 140 LWC A193 4.00 10.35 5.77 3.52 4.23 5.48 3.70 4.91 3.90 4.65 200 LWC *A142 4.11 3.61 3.61 3.93 3.25 4.82 4.50 4.71 4.00 8.00 3.87 3.38 4.45 4.45 5.04 3.02 3.13 3.70 4.64 4.49 200 LWC A252 5.67 3.64 4.41 3.76 4.57 4.11 3.09 3.19 4.99 2.20 4.62 3.82 3.30 4.31 4.16 3.27 250 *A193 5.09 3.00 3.50 3.91 2.26 4.82 4.27 4.36 3.12 3.41 3.79 3.53 4.65 3.40 4.13 4.93 3.37 4.93 4.54 3.04 3.04 4.74 3.09 3.11 3.43 3.39 4.28 3.76 3.62 4.33 3.80 3.97 3.77 3.56 3.09 3.45 4.44 4.50 4.42 3.72 3.58 150 A193 4.87 4.65 4.31 4.21 3.65 3.80 4.00 9.39 3.31 3.24 3.71 3.84 4.57 3.21 4.42 3.00 5.86 3.59 4.42 4.89 3.00 8.99 3.08 2.55 3.59 4.82 130 LWC A193 3.55 3.00 9.57 3.87 3.06 2.26 4.48 3.61 4.43 3.25 5.98 3.30 – – – – – – – – – 150 A142 4.26 4.03 4.34 3.32 4.53 3.46 3.25 3.71 4.65 4.92 2.78 3.26 4.36 3.02 2.71 4.36 4.00 5.94 4.09 2.14 5.67 4.04 3.82 2.79 4.17 4.49 3.96 3.94 3.00 5.35 4.52 4.15 5.54 3.11 3.19 3.50 3.00 11.98 2.0 hour Fire rating: 1.5 hours Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Total Applied Load (kN/m2) 4.05 3.94 3.09 3.86 3.10 3.14 4.23 4.09 3.08 3.90 3.98 4.50 160 LWC A142 4.64 4.70 3.00 10.39 3.69 4.00 2.29 4.28 4.00 6.82 3.64 3.66 3.88 2.94 3.20 4.73 3.06 3.26 3.72 4.12 4.10 – – – – – – – – – 140 A252 4.86 4.96 2.80 250 LWC *A142 5.34 4.36 3.86 4.00 11.45 4.92 3.88 3.13 3.98 3.94 4.68 3.20 4.31 3.44 4.5 hours Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Slab Min Depth Mesh (mm) Size 4.27 4.

20 5.97 3.7 8.85 3.75 2.57 4.95 3.41 2.30 4.98 3.Normal Weight Concrete Span (m) Gauge 1.77 4.34 3.88 4.66 3.21 3.44 3.36 4.70 2.24 Notes: These tables are not applicable to slabs where the deck is supplied in single span lengths (use Multideck Design software to determine suitable bottom bar requirements) 34 .41 3.69 2.19 2.53 2.96 5.38 3.55 4.47 2.15 2.39 3.41 5.07 3.24 4.94 4.Multideck 80-V2 Fire Resistance Load Tables Dramix® Reinforced Concrete (20kg/m3 RC-80/60-BN) 1 Hour Fire Rating .62 5.84 3.27 3.7 8.95 5.62 3.09 4.19 4.0mm Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Slab Depth (mm) 2.08 4.0mm Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Slab Depth (mm) 2.56 3.52 5.02 4.55 4.19 3.78 3.5 Hour Fire Rating .45 4.13 3.95 4.09 3.03 3.56 3.38 3.00 5.05 4.11 5.77 3.51 3.23 4.80 3.91 4.96 4.0 10.23 3.31 3.88 2.52 3.49 3.68 3.0 12.39 4.14 3.0 5.09 5.45 3.0 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 3.42 4.50 4.0 5.52 3.29 3.05 3.84 4.80 2.48 3.0 6.92 6.73 3.47 3.0 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 4.66 3.61 4.84 2.59 3.05 3.92 3.25 3.02 4.81 2.32 4.74 3.84 2.34 4.87 3.31 3.63 3.05 3.59 3.97 4.21 5.80 3.04 3.34 3.0 12.0 4.31 2.88 4.88 5.72 5.96 3.63 2.0 10.70 3.30 4.13 4.45 2.73 3.15 4.31 5.60 3.68 2.84 2.17 3.29 3.73 4.0 4.Normal Weight Concrete Span (m) Gauge 1.91 1.0 6.67 4.27 4.93 3.15 3.47 4.20 4.13 4.77 4.66 4.16 4.34 3.90 4.82 5.45 3.68 3.16 3.59 2.01 4.41 3.07 4.02 4.

66 5.09 5.60 4.71 3.Multideck 80-V2 Multideck 80-V2 Fire Resistance Load Tables Dramix® Reinforced Concrete (20kg/m3 RC-80/60-BN) 1 Hour Fire Rating .06 4.02 4.84 2.98 5.18 4.0 4.09 5.7 8.0 12.53 4.91 4.38 4.93 4.81 4.16 4.32 3.15 3.55 3.27 2.32 4.45 3.18 3.68 2.57 4.56 4.59 3.50 3.45 3.36 4.84 3.23 3.19 3.7 8.95 4.84 2.06 3.1mm Gauge 1.99 6.16 4.20 4.04 4.04 4.74 3.77 2.73 4.90 5.88 4.38 Notes: These tables are not applicable to slabs where the deck is supplied in single span lengths (use Multideck Design software to determine suitable bottom bar requirements) 35 .2mm Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Total Applied Load (kN/m2) (mm) 2.97 3.93 4.07 4.52 3.59 4.73 3.38 5.88 3.16 4.91 3.22 3.63 2.0 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 5.05 3.95 4.35 3.0 5.7 8.34 4.15 5.78 2.52 3.0 12.99 5.08 5.29 3.16 4.59 3.41 5.25 4.55 4.30 4.79 4.0 2.37 5.64 3.45 2.29 4.56 2.65 3.14 4.09 3.59 2.03 4.08 3.28 3.74 3.04 5.96 4.73 4.18 4.68 3.49 5.56 3.0 10.19 3.91 4.0 6.77 4.59 5.70 2.45 4.89 4.42 4.88 3.02 5.70 3.84 3.40 3.16 4.85 4.0 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 4.04 4.66 4.82 3.52 5.08 3.51 4.60 2.88 2.99 5.14 5.18 3.28 4.26 5.0 12.50 3.27 4.16 4.27 3.52 2.39 3.15 4.27 4.42 3.05 4.16 4.23 3.63 4.16 3.30 5.94 3.27 4.49 4.20 3.88 4.55 3.11 3.28 4.28 3.81 3.01 3.82 3.38 4.71 4.61 4.02 5.74 3.20 3.12 3.11 3.26 4.17 3.67 3.38 4.02 3.37 3.0 6.0 5.63 3.67 3.72 3.77 3.17 6.93 5.43 4.38 2.93 4.70 3.49 4.55 3.80 5.0 4.09 3.71 3.81 3.19 5.78 2.51 3.07 6.38 3.04 3.0 4.55 4.76 4.45 3.63 3.45 4.31 4.80 3.28 3.52 3.31 5.48 3.91 4.49 4.92 4.40 3.08 4.0 6.28 3.32 4.39 3.0 12.33 3.43 3.74 2.70 3.39 3.47 4.87 5.13 5.42 3.40 4.2mm 2 Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Total Applied Load (kN/m ) Slab Depth (mm) 2.65 4.49 3.18 4.Normal Weight Concrete Span (m) Slab Depth Gauge 1.47 4.04 4.23 5.28 2.67 4.81 3.0 5.19 4.13 1.42 3.5 Hour Fire Rating .97 5.57 3.34 3.95 4.97 6.40 3.0 2.26 5.70 5.02 3.16 3.03 4.94 3.93 4.43 5.22 3.29 4.26 6.78 3.06 4.62 3.57 3.45 4.84 4.98 3.68 3.61 3.31 4.97 2.0 10.55 2.0 10.86 2.95 3.07 4.82 2.55 5.66 3.78 4.31 3.51 3.32 3.27 3.0 6.40 4.1mm Gauge 1.29 3.97 3.43 4.66 2.Normal Weight Concrete Span (m) Gauge 1.58 3.18 4.90 5.80 3.67 4.7 8.70 4.77 5.53 3.59 4.76 3.95 4.09 6.81 3.77 2.84 3.0 5.87 3.05 2.00 3.85 3.48 2.61 3.0 4.0 10.

59 3.37 4.23 4.72 4.77 3.83 3.65 2.34 3.34 2.91 3.04 6.56 2.91 4.31 4.09 4.84 2.7 8.0 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 5.02 3.0mm Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Slab Depth (mm) 2.22 3.42 2.28 3.74 3.58 4.41 3.96 4.36 5.70 3.44 3.55 3.27 3.69 3.52 3.66 3.20 3.40 3.84 3.84 2.34 4.0 10.44 4.55 3.96 3.23 4.84 4.73 2.34 5.64 4.35 5.69 3.97 5.77 2.0 10.0 12.09 4.40 3.44 Notes: These tables are not applicable to slabs where the deck is supplied in single span lengths (use Multideck Design software to determine suitable bottom bar requirements) 36 .49 3.21 4.88 3.20 5.88 2.80 3.07 1.Multideck 80-V2 Fire Resistance Load Tables Dramix® Reinforced Concrete (20kg/m3 RC-80/60-BN) 1 Hour Fire Rating .04 4.60 2.63 3.07 4.48 2.16 3.51 5.54 2.0 12.51 4.55 4.96 3.71 4.29 3.01 3.30 4.0 5.32 4.44 4.69 4.35 4.65 5.75 3.91 5.27 2.20 4.77 3.12 4.0 5.52 6.16 5.06 4.05 3.96 4.45 4.33 3.45 3.96 2.72 3.09 3.19 2.92 5.47 3.29 3.23 5.Lightweight Concrete Span (m) Gauge 1.7 8.35 3.77 4.91 6.84 3.96 3.84 3.Lightweight Concrete Span (m) Gauge 1.64 4.0 6.20 5.81 3.23 4.51 4.22 3.16 4.95 4.0 4.78 5.73 3.70 2.57 4.03 4.99 4.0mm Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Slab Depth (mm) 2.99 3.14 3.03 5.65 4.21 4.47 5.28 5.60 3.52 3.20 3.59 4.60 3.10 3.48 5.63 3.0 4.16 3.42 3.16 6.89 4.0 6.43 3.0 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 4.16 4.79 2.57 3.47 4.64 3.5 Hour Fire Rating .07 5.30 2.91 4.89 3.84 4.61 5.08 3.31 3.94 4.10 5.79 4.88 6.67 2.51 3.39 4.

20 4.27 4.86 5.88 4.13 5.53 5.0 12.17 5.63 4.55 2.51 4.1mm Gauge 1.35 6.86 3.91 5.77 6.73 3.39 4.04 5.61 4.77 3.11 4.91 4.23 4.96 4.35 4.87 4.12 4.10 3.74 3.34 4.05 3.40 5.34 5.80 2.12 3.39 5.45 2.21 4.36 4.14 4.98 6.52 4.00 4.49 4.61 4.20 3.34 3.70 4.78 2.66 3.98 4.21 4.18 3.0 4.95 4.11 5.0 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 4.12 3.84 3.0 12.36 3.25 3.22 4.62 4.28 3.91 5.23 3.44 5.1mm Gauge 1.83 3.74 2.74 3.12 2.7 8.03 3.05 5.40 3.43 5.96 4.52 4.0 4.0 6.0 2.29 5.64 4.55 5.61 2.Multideck 80-V2 Multideck 80-V2 Fire Resistance Load Tables Dramix® Reinforced Concrete (20kg/m3 RC-80/60-BN) 1 Hour Fire Rating .38 3.15 3.63 3.0 4.64 3.58 5.70 4.71 3.69 5.23 3.11 4.04 3.59 4.01 5.81 3.66 2.83 4.Lightweight Concrete Span (m) Gauge 1.27 3.47 4.73 3.0 10.56 2.16 6.7 8.65 3.13 3.47 4.63 2.95 5.0 10.23 4.59 2.95 4.69 3.02 3.90 4.91 5.31 5.78 4.51 3.75 2.96 4.08 5.11 6.0 5.18 4.63 3.05 4.90 3.00 5.16 5.84 5.77 5.98 5.0 2.99 5.52 3.88 4.06 3.06 4.38 3.42 5.77 3.70 4.13 4.77 3.71 3.66 6.66 4.03 4.18 5.86 4.52 4.40 3.30 3.00 4.70 5.88 6.68 2.19 5.50 2.50 3.0 5.76 4.09 4.55 5.71 3.69 2.00 4.68 3.66 3.38 2.88 3.29 6.65 5.81 3.93 5.52 3.65 3.82 4.47 3.0 10.80 4.73 5.27 3.80 3.58 Notes: These tables are not applicable to slabs where the deck is supplied in single span lengths (use Multideck Design software to determine suitable bottom bar requirements) 37 .36 4.63 4.35 2.17 3.47 2.13 3.0 10.24 4.66 4.45 5.20 5.46 5.52 4.96 4.0 12.80 3.02 6.63 3.88 4.41 3.49 4.55 3.69 3.70 3.2mm 2 Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Total Applied Load (kN/m ) Slab Depth (mm) 2.47 3.13 4.94 3.04 2.52 3.73 3.59 6.7 8.88 4.00 3.27 2.81 2.56 3.60 3.16 3.34 4.30 5.77 4.24 3.41 2.58 4.24 4.34 4.12 3.01 4.22 3.7 8.97 4.32 5.09 4.0 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 5.81 4.70 6.20 5.52 3.92 6.57 5.98 3.40 3.40 3.59 3.2mm Total Applied Load (kN/m2) Total Applied Load (kN/m2) (mm) 2.68 4.58 5.53 4.87 3.00 3.98 3.95 3.88 7.06 5.55 3.90 4.0 6.59 3.27 4.70 5.0 5.92 3.55 4.55 3.46 4.30 3.25 3.07 4.46 4.38 3.10 4.76 3.95 3.86 4.42 3.29 3.74 4.13 3.09 4.36 4.73 2.84 3.74 4.63 3.80 2.23 4.0 6.39 3.55 3.85 3.71 4.23 4.76 3.48 4.50 3.0 5.45 3.07 4.00 4.35 4.33 4.07 4.56 5.80 4.62 3.0 4.51 3.49 4.92 3.85 5.80 5.91 3.48 6.27 5.0 12.01 4.41 4.81 3.30 1.84 2.22 4.36 3.02 3.38 4.82 3.Lightweight Concrete Span (m) Slab Depth Gauge 1.88 6.92 4.48 3.0 6.35 3.55 4.06 3.37 4.15 4.25 3.41 4.23 6.5 Hour Fire Rating .